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Annual Report 2016–17 Alumni Relations & Development Office


Alumni Relations & Development HIGHLIGHTS

CONTENTS Annual Report 2016–17

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NEW APPOINTMENT Professor Stephen Toope (1983) was appointed as the next Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge.

The Year’s Highlights

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GLOBAL APPEAL

The Chairman’s Report

Over 500 alumni from around the world streamed TrinTalk: Art & Fear online.

8 Senior Bursar’s Report

10 Thank you for your Support

15 Recognising your Support

MAKING WAVES More than 100 people attended the panel discussion “Women Making Waves in Education”, which explored the gamut of women’s experience in education, from school and university, through career progression, to balancing professional and home life in a leadership role.

16 Alumni Events

WRITING HISTORY

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Daisy Goodwin’s (1980) Victoria was premiered on ITV, a drama based on the early reign of Queen Victoria.

Make your Gift Go Further

19 List of Donors

Professor Stephen Toope (1983)


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CREATIVE COMMONS

Right: Daisy Goodwin (1980). Far right: William (Bill) Tutte (1935). Below right: “Women Making Waves in Education”.

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BREAKING THE CODE

£5m

The College awarded in studentships and bursaries (undergraduate and graduate) in 2016–17

Wartime code-breaker and pre-eminent mathematician, William (Bill) Tutte (1935), (1917–2002) was honoured by the University of Waterloo, which named the street that runs between its mathematics buildings in his name. Tutte’s work at Bletchley Park helped change the course of the Second World War, and has been called the War’s ‘greatest intellectual feat’.

CAMPAIGN SUPPORT The £460,000 pledged by you during the telethon is providing important funding for students, research, and College priorities as part of the Annual Fund. Thank you for your support!

© UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE


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The Year’s Highlights

50 YEARS

College Highlights ENERGY BOOST

KNIGHT BACHELOR

30TH HAY FESTIVAL

Research led by Dr Hannah Stern (e2017) (above top left), is aiming to boost the efficiency of solar power, which would make a huge difference to the industry and mean significant advances in the design of solar cells.

Professor Shankar Balasubramanian (e1994) (above centre), was named a Knight Bachelor in the New Year Honours List for services to Science and Medicine.

Trinity Fellows Professor Catherine Barnard (e1996), Professor Simon BaronCohen (e1995), Dr Hugh Hunt (e1990), Professor David Tong (e2009), and Lord Rees (1960), spoke at the 30th Hay Festival.

3D VIRTUAL TUMOUR RESEARCH

CREATIVE FELLOWSHIP

GLOBAL INFLUENCE

In 2017, the College celebrated 50 years of its Fellow Commoner in Creative Arts. The post is unique in the university world in the liberty it provides artists to develop their work for two years, free from financial pressures.

Master of Trinity, Sir Gregory Winter (1970), received the Prince Mahidol Award 2016 in the field of Medicine. Established in 1992 by Thailand’s royal family, the award recognises outstanding achievements in medicine and public health worldwide.

Professor Greg Hannon (e2016) received a £20m Cancer Research UK Grand Challenge award to create the world’s first 3D virtual reality cancer tumour.

£4.27m

The total amount raised – up 22% on the previous year

£205,165

Total amount claimed in Gift Aid


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PAIRINGS

OPENING

ACCESS

The College launched an exhibition celebrating the places, people, objects and encounters at Trinity that staff, students, Fellows and alumni have found memorable. It is available to view online (web.trin.cam.ac.uk/ pairings).

The Bradfield Centre opened at the Trinity-owned Cambridge Science Park and is already home to over 80 companies, ranging from successful University of Cambridge spin-outs to established firms.

Trinity’s Access and Outreach Programme was expanded, with the appointment of a second Schools Liaison Officer, innovative partnerships, and newly filmed videos about College life.

TRINITY POETS

700TH ANNIVERSARY

Trinity Poets was published, featuring 47 Trinity poets dating back 600 years.

The College celebrated the 700th anniversary of the founding of King’s Hall, the earlier of the medieval institutions from which Trinity was formed more than 200 years later by Henry VIII.

SPORTING ACHIEVEMENTS:

41.6% firsts achieved

£2.4m

Sally Bradley (2013), won another hockey blue; Nicole Weckman (2013) (top right), represented Trinity in the women’s Varsity rugby match at Twickenham; and Sam-Henry Pressling (2013) won his rugby full blue.

Total raised for Student Support


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The Chairman’s Report

The Chairman’s Report A quick scan of the accompanying graphs will be enough to tell you that last year was another good year for the College in its still relatively new development work. In 2016–17 we received £4.27m in new gifts and pledges.

That total included some significant legacies, but it is clear that we are on an upwards trajectory from when the College put things on a new footing in 2014, and that more of our alumni are responding generously to our appeals. While the graphs give you the headline figures, they don’t, however, give you a sense of what we are doing with these gifts and why alumni are responding so positively. We received 1,845 gifts this year, but I would like to highlight some of the many which have responded to the needs the College has identified as a particular priority. Chief amongst those needs is maintaining adequate support for our students (whether undergraduates or graduates), attracting and inspiring applications from those who may think that Cambridge is not for them, and continuing to sustain and advance the College’s contribution to learning and research. So, through your support and donations of all sizes, the College is delighted to note the following highlights: £563,483, the amount you gave to support current undergraduates at Trinity a gift of £1.25m to endow the Louis and Valerie Freedman Studentship in Medical Sciences donations which allowed us to augment the College’s access and widening participation work by the appointment of a second Schools Liaison Officer, and the extension of residential programmes and school visits the arrival of Dr Mona Shehata, the first Trinity Senior Postdoctoral Researcher, who is supported through the generous gift of Eashwar Krishnan (1996) and Tzo Tze Ang (1997).

I could mention more: gifts to the Wren Library are enabling it to digitise its collections and make them freely available to all online; a benefaction from Sir Dominic Cadbury (1959) founded the Jocelyn Cadbury and Crew of 1967 Coaching Fund to support the Boat Club; and Tripos Prizes have been endowed in various subjects, allowing us to recognise and celebrate the achievements of our students (who topped the Tompkins Table yet again). Donations to the Annual Fund through our telephone campaign and mailing appeals have also been used to support the new Postdoctoral Society at Trinity, and have allowed us to provide funding for students to undertake internships with charities and NGOs. The generosity of our alumni is, of course, not only a result of the merit of these initiatives and programmes, but also of the deep affection and loyalty for Trinity which members of the College carry with them, like their membership of the College, from when they set foot in Great Court and through the rest of their lives. The work of the Alumni Relations and Development Office is not just about encouraging donations, but also about trying to maintain the affinity you all continue to have, so we hope, with the College and its members around the globe. I and my colleagues in the Office took great pleasure in meeting alumni at our different events throughout the year, including four Annual Gatherings, a TrinTalk on the subject of Art and Fear, and a dinner with the Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong (1971), to name a few. We can’t exactly hope to replicate the very special experience of studying at Trinity with these events, but we do hope to keep you in touch with the Trinity community and to allow it to strengthen and grow. Do please be in touch with the Alumni Relations and Development Office team, led by Amy Trotter (the Executive Director who joined us in the course of the year), to book tickets for events, update your contact details, to discuss making a donation, or simply to say hello and get a cup of tea if you happen to be in Cambridge.


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Number of members

After 11 years here, my sense of Trinity is that its commitment to academic excellence is driven by its devotion to the highest level of research and 1000 the highest quality teaching (the two going handin-hand as far as we are concerned), and that that 800 commitment is very much about what, in turn, we can give back to the world.

researchers and talented students into creative contact. The people who go out from this place make a difference in so many different ways, and, so they tell us, have been fundamentally shaped by their time Clock Tower Circle members here. The College is immensely proud of what our Great Court Circle members alumni do – and immensely grateful that so many of Society members you have supported1546 us so generously in the past year.

600

When we talk about wanting to attract the very best students this is not a matter of wanting to be top of 400 the tree, so to speak, or of coming first for the sake of winning. It is rather that we believe that Trinity’s 200 contribution to the world, in so many different spheres, has been achieved by bringing talented

Dr Michael Banner Dean and Chairman of Alumni Relations & Development

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2015–16

2016–17

New Gifts and Pledges 2013–14 to 2016–17 4.5 4

£ Millions

3.5

Legacies New gifts & pledges

3 2.5 2 1.5 1 0.5 0

2013–14

2014–15

2015–16

2016–17

Your Support in Numbers 1000 Clock Tower Circle members Number of members

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Great Court Circle members

800

1546 Society members 600 400 200 0 2014–15

4.5

2015–16

2016–17


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Senior Bursar’s Report

Senior Bursar’s Report: Supporting Trinity’s Objectives and Responsibilities Thank you for helping to keep Trinity at the forefront of undergraduate education and academic research. As in previous years I have had to restrain the College from enthusing about the current valuation of its endowment. The valuation in each year is much less relevant than the income which can be sustained and grown in real terms without risking its long term value. In that context, assisted by the boost to dividends from the devaluation of sterling, the College’s net investment income including Trust Funds increased by 5.9% to £36.2m. Despite being in sound financial health, the College is not immune from the broader economy. While rental growth has begun to pick up, the impact of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union causes material uncertainty. The College

invested over £40m in expanding its property assets, including the Bradfield Centre and Unit 26 on the Cambridge Science Park, and on the business park at Dunsfold in Surrey. Despite my earlier comments, at 30th June, 2017, the value of the Trinity College endowment stood at £1.35bn (2016: £1.19bn). After several years of deficit, the College ran a surplus in 2016/17 mainly due to an unusually low spend on renovations. However, taking one year with another, the College’s investment income is substantially used to support Trinity’s objectives and its many responsibilities. Trinity uses this income to

“Without the support of our alumni and friends the College would not be undertaking as many initiatives or be able to support as many students. Gifts received this year have supported undergraduate and graduate students through bursaries and studentships, and have allowed us to expand our financial awards to our student population.”


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support the core activities of the College, particularly through providing for students and Fellows and of course, ensuring the maintenance of the College site. This year the maintenance and renovation of the College’s buildings totalled £5m, down from (a New Court inflated) £12.9m in 2016 and £19.1m in 2015. The College retains its commitment to helping Collegiate Cambridge, recognising that Trinity will ultimately benefit from being a partner in a strong and collaborative University. Trinity contributed £2.3m to the Colleges Fund (2016: £2.2m), which supports less well-endowed Colleges, and £4.3m in substantial grants towards important activity (2016: £5.3m). Without the support of our alumni and friends however, the College would not be undertaking as many initiatives or be able to support as many students. This year the College received over £4.6m in cash donations, including gifts pledged in previous years. Gifts received this year have supported undergraduate and graduate students through bursaries and studentships, and have allowed us to expand our financial awards to our student population. Other gifts have enabled us to increase the access and outreach work both in terms of potential students and the broader public, and others have directly benefitted integral parts of College life, including the Boat Club and the Choir. What is especially gratifying is the fact that increasing numbers of alumni are choosing to support the College in this way, and every gift, of any size, is making a significant difference. Your evident and growing support gives us great optimism as we strive to sustain cutting-edge research and globally renowned teaching, and seek to provide an environment in which the very best students and academics can stretch themselves to achieve their potential. Rory Landman Senior Bursar

Net Spendable Income

Total: £47.4m

76.3% Investment 9.3% 9.2% 5.2%

College Rents Fees Kitchen and Sundry

Note: This figure does not include the cash received from philanthropic donations for the year.

Where Does It Go?

Total: £41.9m

26.4% Residence and Catering 32.2% 10.5% 12.1% 10.3% 5.5% 3.0%

Teaching, Tutorial and Admissions Research Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards Donations University Contribution Alumni Relations and Development

Source: Trinity College 2017 Annual Report and Accounts.

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Thank you for your Support

This year, your unprecedented level of support has provided funding for a variety of important initiatives at Trinity. © CHERYL-SAMANTHA OWEN

Thank you for your Support

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Dr Nicolas Bell, Librarian, and Will Morris (1981), donor to the Wren Digital Library project.

© CHERYL-SAMANTHA OWEN

The Wren Digital Library During the year a fundraising appeal for the Wren Digital Library was launched, raising £43,567 in its first few months. The funding is being used to buy state of the art equipment that will allow the College to digitise many of its important and historic manuscripts. Already over 700 are available to view freely online, and the Wren Library has plans to increase this number and to further develop the online resources available for anyone in the world to view at any time.

“I cannot thank those who have donated towards this project enough. With their support we have invested in new state of the art digitisation equipment which is allowing us to digitise some of our most important – and fragile – manuscripts and make them freely available online.” Dr Nicolas Bell (e2015), Librarian

Trinity topped the Tompkins Table for the seventh consecutive year

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For the first time in its history, Trinity also topped Collegiate rankings in the Arts and Humanities


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© GRAHAM COPEKOGA

One of the many Trinity residentials supported by gifts to Widening Participation and Access programmes.

Recording Bach’s B Minor Mass in Trinity College Chapel.

Widening Participation

Choir

Over £106,000 was given to Widening Participation initiatives at the College, which increased the range of schools and backgrounds within the UK from which we are able to draw our applicants through the work of our two Schools Liaison Officers, the number of school visits they undertake and host, and residentials they run at Trinity throughout the year. There are also specific projects in which we are involved in this area, the most prominent of which is a collaboration with the education charity Villiers Park.

In recent years, the Choir has performed concerts around the UK, working with orchestras such as the Academy of Ancient Music, Britten Sinfonia, City of London Sinfonia, and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. The Choir won a Gramophone Award in the UK in 2012, (the first Cambridge choir to win this award) and a nomination for a Grammy in the USA. The Annual Fund has also supported tours to Europe, the USA, Canada and Australia.

“We are very grateful to alumni for the generosity of donations that support our activities in widening participation and encouraging applications to Cambridge in general and Trinity in particular. We remain vigorously committed to raising aspirations and attainment in schools with little or no history of successful application to Cambridge, and the generosity of alumni plays a crucial role in supporting and extending our work in pursuit of these aims.”

2017 saw the culmination of a four year project to perform and record Bach’s B Minor Mass, widely regarded as his greatest choral work. Working with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, the Choir performed the work three times in St John’s Smith Square in December 2014, 2015 and 2016, as part of the Annual Christmas Festival, prior to recording the work in Trinity College Chapel in January 2017. The Choir Fund made this project possible and the resulting CD will be released on the Hyperion label in March 2018. Indeed, it is your support that helps us to take the Choir’s music to a worldwide audience, both live and in recordings. No less importantly, it gives the students who make up the Choir an unforgettable experience, which is of enormous benefit to them in their lives, be that in professional music or in any vocation they choose. Paul Nicholson, Head of the Chapel and Music Office

Dr Glen Rangwala (1993), Director of Admissions and Professor Adrian Poole (1967), Fellow for Widening Participation Projects

256

Clock Tower Circle members

312

Great Court Circle members

949

1546 Society members


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Thank you for your Support

© GRAHAM COPEKOGA.

Donors Eashwar Krishnan (1996) and Tzo Tze Ang (1997), alongside beneficiaries of the Krishnan-Ang Studentships.

Akhass Wasti (2014), Garrett Bursary holder who is reading Engineering at Trinity.

Student Support

In 2017, the Trustees of the Louis and Freedman Charitable Settlement decided to make a further generous gift of £1.25m to the College to endow a new PhD studentship in the School of Clinical Medicine. The Louis and Valerie Freedman Studentship in Medical Sciences will provide an outstanding PhD student with a full or part-cost studentship tenable for a maximum of four years. It is envisaged that as the endowment fund grows over time the College will be able to provide further assistance to PhD students in this area.

£2.4m was received towards student support this year, including gifts for undergraduate bursaries and graduate studentships.

“My experience at Trinity to date has been fantastic and I would like to thank those who have helped me to pursue my aspirations, in particular Richard and Valery Garrett, the Vicky Noon Foundation and the Cambridge Trusts.” Akhass Wasti (2014), Garrett Bursary holder

Louis and Valerie Freedman Charitable Settlement Louis Freedman CBE (1917–1998) served on the Trinity College Finance Committee for a number of years from 1964 under the late Sir John Bradfield, Senior Bursar, and they became great friends. In 2015 at the behest of members of the Freedman family, the charitable trust founded by the late Louis Freedman and his wife Valerie made a generous gift to the Sir John Bradfield Fund in recognition of the close friendship he had shared with Sir John.

“We are hugely grateful to all our donors for their generosity to our Student Support funds. This has enabled us to improve the undergraduate and postgraduate experience in a variety of ways, whether it be through offering prizes to our star students, funding internships with third sector organisations or, importantly, through bursaries for undergraduates and studentships for postgraduate students.” Professor Catherine Barnard (e1996), Senior Tutor

1,845

total number of donors – thank you!


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Imogen Grant (2014), was a member of the women’s crew which won the University Boat Race.

The Jocelyn Cadbury and Crew of 1967 Coaching Fund

Donoghue and Stevenson Law Fund

A vital part of the continued success of the First and Third Boat Club is its capacity to provide first class coaching to all levels of the Club. Sir Dominic Cadbury has generously donated £50,000 to establish a new coaching fund in memory of Jocelyn Cadbury and the Crew of 1967. In the future, we would like to significantly increase the amount of coaching offered for the First and Third, and hope that many more alumni (celebrating an anniversary or otherwise) will help to match Sir Dominic’s generous support.

In April 2017, the College launched the Donoghue and Stevenson Law Fund at the Trinity Law Association Dinner, which was themed with references to the famous negligence case with ginger beer bottles and snails. Many Law alumni will also remember “Donoghue and Stevenson” as the names of Tony Weir’s cats who were often present during his supervisions on the upper floor of Nevile’s Court. The Fund celebrates some of Trinity’s finest legal minds, not only Tony Weir, but also Gareth Jones, Tony Jolowicz and Eli Lauterpacht by seeking funds

to promote their legacy in teaching and learning, for the benefit of present and future generations of Law students. It will support the College’s highly successful residential course for prospective law students, prizes, internships and bursaries, as well as making grants towards professional training.

The Fund was named after Donoghue v Stevenson, also known as the “Paisley Snail”, a famous tort law case that created the modern concept of negligence.

“It seemed highly appropriate to make a significant donation to coincide with and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1967 success both on the Cam and at Henley. I had not appreciated until I learnt at Henley this year that no other Cambridge or Oxford college crew have won the Ladies’ Plate subsequent to 1967, which makes it even more special.” Sir Dominic Cadbury (1959)

£1,074,110

legacies received


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Thank you for your Support

Our 16 student callers.

Telethon This year’s telethon was an outstanding success. Over the course of three weeks, 16 student callers spoke to over 850 of you around the world. Thanks to your incredible generosity, we were able to raise more than £460,000. Because of your support, the College is able to provide extra support for students when they need it most; grow its access programme and widening participation initiatives; as well as provide funds to the Choir and the First and Third Boat Club.

Not only does the telethon raise funds for the College, it is also a fantastic opportunity for our current students to speak to alumni, compare notes on College life and hear what life is like beyond Trinity. Our callers particularly enjoyed hearing stories of how Trinity shaped many of your lives, and how keen you are to stay in touch with the College.

“I want to say how much I enjoyed my conversation with James. I am unsure how we launched our conversation but I can say without equivocation that it was a most enjoyable chat which ranged across many subjects and, while I probably talked too much about my life as a lawyer in Canada, it did remind me of the exemplary year I spent at Trinity, now some 47 years ago.” John W Craig (1969)

234

students attended residentials in College


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Recognising your Support Trinity’s donor recognition programmes allow us to thank you for your continued support of the College.

1546

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The 1546 Society

The Clock Tower Circle

We now have 949 members of the 1546 Society (871 in 2015–2016), which honours gifts of £15.46 and above per month (or £5.15 per month for those who graduated within the last decade). Gifts at this level are critical as they make an immediate impact on the lives of Trinity students. It takes just 19 alumni giving £15.46 per month to fund a full undergraduate bursary for a year.

Established to thank alumni and friends who give upwards of £1,000 per year to the College, there are now 256 Clock Tower Circle members (238 in 2015–2016). Clock Tower Circle gifts provide a source of funding for Trinity’s core priorities of teaching, research, and student support.

The Great Court Circle

King’s Hall Circle

Fellow Benefactors

Last year, the College received over £1m from legacies and increased its membership of the Great Court Circle to 312 (285 in 2015–2016). In 2017, Great Court Circle members were welcomed back to College for a special luncheon followed by a tour of the Fellows’ Garden and drinks in the Master’s Lodge.

Launched in 2017, this new group bears the name of one of the institutions from which Trinity was founded in 1546. King’s Hall was the name given to the home of the King’s Scholars (established by Edward II in 1317) and it celebrated its 700th anniversary in 2017. The founding 21 members of the King’s Hall Circle have collectively given over £5m to the College.

The College recognises the support of its most significant benefactors through conferring the title Fellow Benefactor on them. This year Mr Bruce Dunlevie (1977) was admitted as a Fellow Benefactor at the Commemoration of Benefactors Feast in College. He joins existing Fellow Benefactors Lord Wolfson of Sunningdale (1954) and Mr Graham Keniston-Cooper (1977).

Membership is open to any member of the College who informs the Alumni Relations & Development Office of their intention to leave a legacy to Trinity in their will.

850

of you spoke to our 16 student callers during the telethon – thank you for your support!


Alumni Events 2016–17

Alumni Events 2016–17

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Our diverse and eclectic range of events grew in 2016/17. 17% of contactable alumni registered to attend an event – an increase on the previous year. Encompassing 46 events in total, the breadth of subjects reflected the intellectual curiosity of Trinity alumni, as well as their enthusiasm for networking.

Alexander Armstrong.

Rachel Marshall.

There were two A. A. Milne themed family events between July 2016 and June 2017: the first attracted 370 alumni and younger guests who enjoyed the adventures of Mister Toad in the Fellows’ Garden, with lunch and games in Nevile’s Court. The second saw alumni Alexander Armstrong (1989), and Rachel Marshall (1989), perform song settings of Winnie-the-Pooh to a capacity audience in Chapel.

TrinTalk (formerly the Annual Members’ Luncheon) was on the subject of Art and Fear. Four alumni and one Fellow gave short presentations on the relationship between the emotion of fear and their work as artists.

Trinity dinner with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in Singapore.

The first in a series of events to mark 40 years since the admission of women to Trinity was held on 23 October 2016, with speakers from the US representing the pioneering postgraduates of 1976. There was a panel discussion followed by lunch in the Old Kitchen attended by over 70 alumni (male and female), and Fellows.

Overseas, there were notable alumni events in Hong Kong, Thailand, and China, as well as North America. Those who attended the October dinner in Singapore were joined by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong (1971).

The annual Alumni Carol Service proved to be a sell out yet again, and the Remembrance Sunday Service and Luncheon brought generations of alumni back to College.

Another regular fixture in the alumni events calendar was the London Fellows’ Research Talks held at the Royal Society on 22 February 2017. Professor Sachiko Kusukawa (1986) and Professor Venki Ramakrishnan (e2008) presented to a capacity audience, which included former Master, Lord Rees (1960).

It was a busy year for Annual Gatherings, with 800 alumni from four matriculation groups (1953–57; 1958–61; 1975–77; 1994–95) returning to College.

“I had no idea what to expect for the first Trinity Women’s Network event but I was absolutely thrilled to meet like-minded Trinity women. It was incredibly special to be back at College sharing and learning from some of the first women who studied at Trinity! I volunteered for the TWN the same day!” Sophia Adhami (2004)

17%

of contactable alumni attended events around the world

1,652

Alumni who attended events in 2016–17


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Volunteers on the committees of alumni associations worked hard to enhance the event offering in their particular field. We are immensely grateful for the support of our many volunteers.

Chair of TWN, Ellie Davies (1999).

Professor Val Gibson.

Professor Catherine Barnard.

TBCA The Trinity Business and City Association (TBCA) continued their Distinguished Speaker series, developing a format of ‘in conversation’ interviews with leaders from the worlds of finance and the media, followed by a drinks reception for discussion and networking.

TLA It was the turn of Trinity Law Association (TLA) to hold their biennial dinner in College. Professor Catherine Barnard (e1996) provided the pre-dinner ‘food for thought’ with a presentation on Brexit and the Law, while Lord Lester of Herne Hill QC (1957) was the after-dinner speaker on the subject of human rights. The TLA’s autumn event in London was a lively panel discussion on Women in the Law. Current Law students attended both events as an extension of the mentoring scheme that TLA organises between alumni and students.

TEA Mentoring was also central to the Trinity Engineers’ Association (TEA) gatherings held in College in Michaelmas and Lent terms. Students met alumni and listened to panel discussions on different areas of the profession, before adjourning to dinner in the Old Kitchen.

TWN Trinity Women’s Network (TWN) chose ‘Women in STEM’ as the theme for their International Women’s Day celebration in London on 9 March 2017. Led by Professor Val Gibson (e1994), there were presentations by alumnae from different disciplines on how they had made a career in their particular area of STEM.

TRINITY COLLEGE FIELD CLUB ASSOCIATION The Field Club Association Sports Day in April appealed to a younger cohort of alumni, and the Boat Club biennial dinner proved to be another popular sporting reunion. On a smaller scale, the annual Trinity Golf day in June is gathering a loyal following of golfers, which we hope to grow over time.

“The Alumni Relations and Development Office greatly appreciates the work that alumni volunteers contribute to making these events a success – whether as hosts, speakers, or by organising committees. In addition, the support of the Master and Fellowship is crucial to the success of this programme – some 46 events in 2016–17, a total impressive by any standard.” Declan Hamilton, Alumni Relations Manager

Events were held in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, and the USA


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Make your Gift Go Further

Make your Gift Go Further As a registered charity, Trinity can claim tax on your donation if you make a Gift Aid declaration. Under this scheme, you must be a UK taxpayer and pay more Income Tax/Capital Gains Tax in the current tax year than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all donations.

If you pay tax at a rate of 40% or above, you can reclaim the difference between the higher and basic rate in your self-assessment tax return. Examples of this are given below …

For every £1 you donate, we can claim 25p through HMRC. Meaning that any gift you make through Gift Aid is increased by 25% at no extra cost to you!

Monthly Regular Gift

Total Value of Gift over 4 years

Total Value to Trinity (with Gift Aid)

Actual Cost to 40% Taxpayer

Actual Cost to 45% Taxpayer

£15.46

£742.08

£927.60

£556.32

£510.64

£20

£960

£1,200

£720

£660

£30

£1,440

£1,800

£1,080

£989.76

£50

£2,400

£3,000

£1,800

£1,649.76

£84

£4,032

£5,040

£3,024

£2,772

£4,800

£6,000

£3,600

£3,300

(1546 Society)

(Clock Tower Circle)

£100

Single Gift

Total Value to Trinity (with Gift Aid)

Actual Cost to 40% Taxpayer

Actual Cost to 45% Taxpayer

£25

£31.25

£18.75

£17.19

£50

£62.50

£37.50

£34.35

£100

£125

£75.00

£68.75

£250

£312.50

£187.50

£171.87

£500

£625

£375

£343.75

£1,000

£1,250

£750

£687.50


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List of Donors

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1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017

All care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this list. However, if any error has occurred, please accept our apologies and notify the Alumni Relations & Development Office so that we can amend our records.

NOTE (e) indicates year of election rather than matriculation; indicates a King’s Hall Circle member; indicates a Fellow; indicates a 1546 Society indicates a Clock Tower member; member and (d) against a name indicates that the donor is deceased.

146 anonymous donors.

Mr T J Palmer CBE (d) Professor M J S Rudwick FBA Hon The Revd W J Steele Dr G Yates

1895 Mr R K Orlebar (d) 1934 Mr L F Fox (d) 1937 Mr P F Hanbury (d) 1941 Professor P Armitage CBE Dr M G H Lewis 1942 Mr P Brackfield 1943 Mr H J F Marriott Dr P T Perkins (d) Mr C C Von Bülow Mr C Vivante 1944 Professor J F Davidson FRS FREng Dr L Kopelowitz MBE Dr C S S Lyon Mr J R L Nuttall Mr M E Pease Sir John Thomson GCMG 1945 Mr P F C Burke Mr P E T Davies (d) Dr B W Langley Professor L Mestel FRS (d) Dr J D Teare 1946 Mr R F Barclay Sir Brian Cubbon GCB (d) Mr N N Rossos Mr J I Sharp 1947 Mr R W Brocklebank Sir John Graham Bt GCMG

The Revd Canon William Norman Mr D K Robinson 1948 Dr R G C Arridge F Inst P The Revd Professor D R Gordon Mr W T J Griffin Dr K W Hickson MBE Mr S J Laredo (d) The Viscount Montgomery of Alamein CMG CBE Mr H G R Pickthorn In memory of Professor K Rogers Mr J H Thornton DL Mr C N Wilson 1949 Mr R A Blythe Professor D M Friedman Mr D C Hartley (d) Mr J R Lindgren Mr P J S Lumsden CBE (d) Mr E A Macpherson Dr J F Marsden Mr J B Paterson Mr C R Pearson Dr G M Petrie Dr R Smith Mr C C G Steytler (d) Mr G N F Wyburd 1950 Dr N Blackburn Mr I F Brown Mr T D Casey Mr D A Diamond Mr M B Ellwood Dr J G Halverstam MRCP Mr H C Hoare Sir Peter Lachmann FRS FMedSci Hon Mr A W MacDonald (d) Mr J B Makinson TD Mr F V Nicolle MChir FRCS Mr G M Nissen CBE

1951 Mr G K Anderson Dr D R Bainbridge Brigadier A E Baxter Professor B J Birch FRS Hon Mr P A Brandt Mr M G Brazil Mr G V Burnaby Field Marshal Sir John Chapple GCB CBE DL Lord Cunliffe Mr W M Fernie OBE Dr D C Handscomb Professor R Jackson FRS Mr B I Nathan Mr P H Stickland Professor D T Swift-Hook 1952 Professor S S Bleehen Mr R S Don Mr H J Easterling The Revd R J Friars Mr T A R Guldman Mr D C Hambidge Dr J R Hardy Mr C J Lewis Dr R M Lodge The Revd Canon Roland Meredith Mr R J O’Neill CMG The Hon. Nigel Parker Mr R Pryor Mr B Samuels Mr D F Snook Mr F G Storey Mr J N Vinen Mr H Ward OBE Mr R J Wilson Dr T Wolf Mr D J Woodhams

1953 Dr J Antebi Mr R D Baggaley Mr M J Brett Dr M T T Bryant Mr W A Cadell Mr O J Colman Mr D B Cuming Dr N W Daw Mr J C Demmar Mr J E Feavearyear Mr P J Houghton Mr T J Knott Mr M Knowles Dr A D McLachlan FRS Dr E E L Mitchell Mr R A B Nicolle Mr E J W Oyler Mr R Prescott Mr R A G Raimes Mr M Rendall Mr V A Smith Mr G L Stickland Mr S L C Tester Mr J H Webb Mr B S Wessely Mr M R Wood 1954 Professor R Bonnett Mr P D Burnford Dr G A Chinner Dr A O Davies Professor S M Fordham OBE Mr E T Gartside Mr R C Gray Professor D Holdcroft Professor G J Johnson Mr M A Kaye Dr A C Klottrup MBE Mr J C R D Knight Mr A D Linfoot OBE DCL Dr C H B Mee OBE Dr J M Oxbury FRCP Mr C D Power Sir William Reid KCB FRSE In memory of Dr J D Roberts


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Dr R H Sadleir Mr T K Shutt Mr C W Taylor-Young Professor C T C Wall FRS In memory of Dr R J Watts-Tobin Mr K G P Woolley 1955 Mr C I Bateman Mr M J Ben-Nathan Mr B R Bryan Mr C E Carey In memory of Dr R H G Charles TD Dr N K Coni Mr G J J Fuzzey Dr D G Gibson Mr M A B Harrison Mr J V Jenkins Dr A P Joseph FSG MRCGP Mr D G Lewthwaite Mr B Medhurst Mr J D Morris Mr B J Moser Professor D J Murray Mr C E Parker The Revd G F Parsons Dr M G Priestley Professor J C Rüegg The Lord Scott of Foscote Dr T A Siddiqi Mr R C Southwell QC Mr H J F Taylor The Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe PC Hon Mr R D B Williams 1956 Mr R S C Abel Smith Mr D V Adam The Revd P H Addenbrooke The Revd A M Burn-Murdoch Mr R E Cawthorn Dr R Courtenay-Evans Mr T H R Crawley Mr S D Eccles Mr G T F Fletcher FRSA Mr H Fox Dr I H Gibson Mr C S Hall OBE TD DL Mr H C E Harris CBE Dr G A W Hornett Mr J Kelly Mr I J Lord Mr R M Martineau Dr J B Messenger

Dr A P Naftalin Mr I P Nixon Mr B N J Parker Mr A A Stowell Dr J C Symons FRCP FRCPCH Mr T M Whitaker Dr J D Wyndham Mr A M Zane 1957 Mr A P Barclay-Watt Mr B P Barrow Mr J H W Beardwell TD FCSI (Hon) Mr N S Brown Professor S F Bush Mr R R Cockroft Dr A J M F Eisinger FRCP Mr A C R Elliott Sir Edward Evans-Lombe Sir Patrick Fairweather KCMG Mr G Francis Dr T J G Francis Mr R A Griffiths Mr J F Hargreaves Mr R W Horner Mr D S B Jamieson Dr D S King Dr P H Langton The Revd Canon David Lewis Mr C J Lowe CVO Mr R H Macdonald Mr R W Mackworth-Praed Mr A J Massie CBE Mr C A F Newman Mr M A Parry-Wingfield Mr R J L Paul Professor R F W Pease Dr J D H Pilkington The Revd J H Platts Mr S R M Price FREng Mr E W Saville Mr A J Seager-Smith Mr R B Skepper Mr D C Stewart Mr P W Strachan Mr J G Thompson Mr B M P ThompsonMcCausland Dr J Verity Mr R Wilson 1958 The Earl Baldwin of Bewdley Dr J G P Barnes

Professor J M Boardman Professor P G Bowers Mr J R Boyle Mr P J Brock Sir Andrew Buchanan KCVO Mr J G P Buxton Mr R C L Carr Mr J M Cockcroft Mr R Courchee Dr J H P Cuddigan Dr J Czaykowski Mr B H Denham Mr E J Farge Mr M S A Goodchild Mr C B M Hunt Mr D A Jones Professor W J Jones Dr T H Kanaan Mr J R W Keates Mr D A Kenrick Mr D G Knott Professor J M Lonsdale Mr M J McCormick Smith Dr M P McOnie Dr J C K Pang Mr G B Patterson The Rt Hon. Sir Malcolm Pill Mr J C Pilling Dr W F C Purser Mr G V Rainey Dr R K Roschnik Dr G H R Rowell Dr A W A Rushton

Mr P E Strzelecki Mr R T Townley Mr O L van Someren Professor P T Wilson 1959 Professor W W M Allison Dr J F Avery Jones CBE Mr M F Bott Mr S F Brown Mr J K Buckle Mr D S Burnand Mr G M Buxton Sir Dominic Cadbury Dr M R Church Mr W A Crowther Dr G Dorey Dr M J Gregory Mr B O H Griffiths TD (d) Dr J J Hall Mr J W Harris FSA FRSA Professor B Harte Mr P R Hutt Mr M J Innes Mr D A Langfield Sir Richard MacCormac CBE (d) PPRIBA RA Mr E R Macdonald Dr H Meadows Mr H D M Morley-Fletcher FSA Mr J C Morton Dr R M F Moss


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Sir P M Ohlson Bt Mr R L Onians Mr D R Price Mr D Putnam Dr C B Snowdon Mr I J Willis Mr G Wilsher The Revd Peter Wilson Dr P R Wilson 1960 Mr J N Abel Mr J G W Agnew Mr G O C Allhusen Professor G J Barker-Benfield Mr R E Beveridge Mr P Bradfield Dr A H Bridle Mr M J Brooke Mr N C Brown Mr F J H Cairns Dr T M G Cloughley Dr A J Cornford Mr P D C Eley Mr M G Falcon Dr T L Faulkner Dr C Field Mr D J Fullagar Dr P Furniss Mr J M Graham-Campbell Mr W A H Hamilton Professor R Hillenbrand 1Dr J P E Hodgson Lord Hunt of Chesterton CB FRS Mr G P McAlester Mr R H Myddelton Mr J B Onians Mr A F Pemberton DL Mr P N Poole-Wilson Dr J E Raiswell Mr R W G Raybould Dr B J Ridgewell (d) Professor J G Rushton Mr D R Scott Mr M D Shankland Dr K Shibata Mrs S M Siddle Mr A J Soundy Dr J W Ward Mr S C V Ward Mr J S A Warde 1961 Mr R Ascott Dr P L Bransby FREng The Revd D I A Brazell

Mr C G Coulter MIChemE Dr P C B Craske Mr D J Cumings Mr P E R Davis Mr D G R Ferguson Mr A W R FitzHugh Mr R J Garrett Mr J M Goldthorpe Mr G S Grange Mr R B Hines CEng Mr D C Humphreys Mr D A Iliff Lt Colonel M A Illingworth Mr P E Lazenby Dr D J R Lloyd-Evans Dr A A MacMillan Mr D M G Martin Professor N J Morgan Brigadier J M A Nurton OBE MC The Hon. Sir Michael Pakenham KBE CMG Dr E M Palandri Mr I C Smart Mr J S Stephens Mr D P Swain Mr A J Thompson Mr R B Waite 1962 Mr J K A Alderson Mr R M Andrewes Mr D W Barclay The Revd A J Butcher Mr A J Campbell Mr R L Carter Mr M G Chandler Mr R D Clews Professor C C Davis Mr R W G Hayes Mr P L Huxtable CEng The Hon. Sir Raymond Jack Mr A C Lloyd Mr P H Mackey Dr A J Matthew Dr J S McGee Mr A P McMullen Mr R I Menzies-Gow Mr I E G Miller Mr A S Morrison Mr H S Ogley Mr P J Owen Mr E D S Page Mr J J R Pope OBE DL Mr D J Ross Mr M R Sinker Mr G A Tarrant

Mr I G L Ward-Campbell Lord Wedgwood Mr A D Weir Air Commodore M Williamson-Noble 1963 Mr C G Abbe Professor J L Axtell Mr C B B Beauman Dr C J Bruton Mr G L Buckingham Dr A K Canter Colonel W J Chesshyre Mr C R R Corbett Mr G L Davies Dr D W Day Mr M G T Dickson CBE Mr P J A Driscoll Mr P F Everall CBE Professor P S Friedmann Professor R A D Grant FRSA Mr J R Herrick Mr B Hopewell Professor R O Hynes Mr R G Jones OBE Mr D J Lawrence Mr J B H Lucia Mr N MacInnes Dr D D Oakes MD Commodore R M Parker RN Mr G N Pudney (d) Dr A L H Rhinelander Mr F Seddon The Revd R J Tetlow Mr P J G Wigley Mr P M Wilson Mr J S Wood 1964 Mr A Aldred Sir Geoffrey Bowman KCB QC Dr J S Bradbrook Dr J B Bridge Mr A M Burnett Mr J F W Byrne Mr R A Chamberlain Mr J R Coates Mr J L Davies Dr L N J de Jong Mr R J Dix-Pincott Mr C H B Dorin Mr M D T Faber Mr J E Geary Mr K J Hawkins FCA Mr R A Jennings Dr T P R Linnecar

Mr R M Lloyd-Price Mr D G Manns Mr D K Martin PGCE Dr J L A Nazareth The Lord Phillimore Canon Dr Robert Reiss Mr S C Rogers Mr H M C Rowe Mr I D Sale Professor R A Sharp Professor T E Stacey Mr R D Wilkinson CVO Dr P S Zuckerman 1965 Mr J H Ashby Dr R E Ashton Professor J A J Barbara Professor M P Bartlett Mr H M Boggis-Rolfe Mr D W Boxford Mr R Brown Mr S Clarke Mr M P Clements Professor J H Cobbe Mr J A Connor His Hon. Judge Alasdair Darroch Mr E C Davies Mr N P Duffin Mr G A Ellis Dr H D Empsall Mr M J Frenkel Mr M J Friedman Mr P R Friedman Mr R N Goode Dr D C Heggie Mr J M Hepplestone Mr D J Hunt Mr A H S Johnson Mr H K Khalil Mr C A Liddle Mr M G Lord Dr R M Malbon Mr R J Moran Dr E Munro Professor D Oakes Sir John Parsons KCVO Mr I R Peacock Professor R Petchey Mr D J Plaine Mr A A Preiskel Mr J B Rawlings Mr A J G Redshaw Dr C Reisner Mr J Robertson Dr J A Scott TD

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Mr A M Seddon Baron Ajit Shetty Mr G G Silver Dr J T Simpson Dr F P Stefanini Professor M R J Svasti Dr R A Swallow Mr S V Twilley Mr D F Wharton Mr J S White Dr E A Williams Mr R C S Wilson Dr R L Zimmern 1966 Mr P T Bedford-Smith His Hon. Judge John Behrens Mr D A Benjamin Mr A J Beveridge Mr D W Carverhill Mr N T Davey FCA Mr C W Daws Mr R H Evans Mr A D Firman Mr C P B Freeman Mr R F Harris Mr G A Higgins Dr H L Montgomery Mr D J H Moore-Gwyn

Mr C F Morsley Mr C W Peachey Dr R S Pereira Mr M B Ratsey Mr T C J Ridley OBE Mr R E Tolley In memory of Mr A J Tootal Mr M W Torrens-Spence Gp Capt Mike Trace OBE DL MA FRAeS RAF(Ret’d) Dr A J Wills Mr P C Wilson 1967 Mr M R Allison TD Dr R J M Barker FRSA Mr M P L Barran Revd Dr D Bolton Mr C J Bosanquet Mr J A F Buxton Mr A C Cassidy MBE Mr M G Copeland Dr J M Couriel Dr R S Craxton Mr L K Edkins Dr A H Harker Mr C R Harrison Mr K A R Harwood Mr P R W Hensman OBE DL Mr D A G Hill

Mr R Hill Dr N J Holloway Dr K J Howlett Mr J N Humphrey Mr I G Jarry Mr A V Kirwan Mr I C Macdougall Mr T S Moran (d) Mr M C E Ormiston Mr C J P Price Dr P R Smith Dr R A Smith Dr C A Stubbings Mr M W Thomson-Glover Mr R W Tutt Mr M W M Warren Mr C S Whitman Mr K M Wilkinson Mr P Williams Mr A J Wise 1968 Dr I H Akroyd Mr R D J Barker Professor J A Barnden Professor M J Brown FMedSci Lord Clement-Jones CBE Mr M A Cooke Mr N Faragher

Dr P W Forder Professor C H B Garraway CBE The Revd J N Hamilton Mr J F S Hervey-Bathurst CBE DL The Revd Dr R D Holder Mr N H Humphrys Sir Paul Judge (d) Mr P J Lewis Dr M E Lloyd Mr E A Needham Dr G Owen Mr N G Rogers Dr D S H Rosenthal Dr S H D Shaw Professor J A Silvester Dr I A F Stokes Mr N P M Taverner Mr M A Threadgold 1969 Mr A S Allen Mr R Boggis-Rolfe Mr J W Butler Dr I Childs Mr W B Close Mr S P Collins Dr D A Colman Mr J W Craig Mr N Cullen


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Mr J Miller Mr J Ormerod Dr P J T Pearson Mr P J Poncelet Mr J Prentice Mr G L Rosenthal Sir James Scott Bt Mr N J P Sherratt Dr C D Spink Mr L B Williams Mr N Wiseman 1972

Mr J D Dixon OBE Mr K C Done Mr E C Duff Sir William Ehrman KCMG Professor S Haberman Mr J M Hadley Mr G L Harvey His Hon. Judge Roger Hetherington Mr J S Hutchinson Mr C A Ignatowicz Dr D M G Jenkins Dr M H Kay Dr K J MacDermott Sir John Mactaggart Dr M D McGuinness Dr K J Moriarty CBE Sir John Ramsden Bt Mr T J Rollings Mr A C T W Russell Mr P H Smith Professor C J Smyth Mr A P Strickland Mr A J Taylor Mr A M R Tod Dr A G Trangmar Sir David Verey CBE Mr J M Wallace CEng Professor J R F Walters FRCP Dr H A Wilson Mr J P Withinshaw Dr N J B Young 1970 The Revd Canon Peter Adams (former Chaplain)

His Hon. Judge Peter Armstrong Mr H F Bacon Dr B J Banks Dr A Benghiat Mr W J Bird MBE The Lord Blackwell Mr J F Burd Mr R T H S P Burridge Dr R D Buxton MBE DL Sir Andrew Cahn KCMG Dr N P Chotiros Mr J G Clarke Dr J F Coakley The Lord Colgrain Mr A H Dutton Mr M J Fetherston Mr C J R Flint QC The Rt Hon. Sir Christopher Floyd Mr J A D Gilmore Mr A A Hogarth QC Dr R C Hook FRSA Mr I T Jackson Mr M J A Karlin Mr G H Lester Mr J H W Lloyd CBE Dr P A C Moore Mr J C Passmore Dr J C Phillips Mr J G Polsue The Rt Hon. Sir David Richards Mr R B Saunders Mr P S Serfaty Mr G A Shenkman The Revd B R Stevens

Dr J L Thorogood Dr N D Trounce Sir Gregory Winter CBE FRS

1971 Mr L A Ahamed Mr N C Akass Mr H J Alexander Lord Arbuthnot of Edrom Mr P L Banner Mr A J Bates Mr N L Bragg Mr J W Burton Mr R M Buxton Mr B J Callaghan Mr J R Clegg Mr C M Cohen Dr E D Cokelet Mr H W C Cottrell Mr J K G Dart Professor J H Davenport Mr M C De Rivaz Mr S D Dias Dr J C Dilworth Professor N D N Donaldson Mr P M Elliott Dr I W Fellows FRCP Dr M J Glynn Mr G F Grimes Mr M C Hicks Mr T J R Hill Mr P Kearney Mr D R Kershaw Professor L D Lewis Dr P R Maidment Dr A T McNeile

Mr M P Beard The Revd G L Bray Mr R A Clement-Jones Mr M J Conway Mr P A Conyers Mr T J Flynn Mr M R Gray Mr M H Griffiths Sir Mark Havelock-Allan QC Mr C Langridge Colonel M P Manson Mr D Parkes Dr M T J Seymour Mr J C Shakeshaft Mr R N Shapiro Mr G M Von Mehren Mr E R T Waley Mr R T Whitehouse Mr T R Wik Mr R Wilkinson 1973 Professor E J Baker Mr M J A Banfi Mr R H Barbour PGCE Mr M R Barrie Mr J E Beerbower The Rt Hon. the Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth Mr D A Bowen Mr R Broughton Mr B English Dr C G Floyd Mr K Green Mr R B Gross Mr F L Heard Mr D J Kendrick QC Professor E E Lemcio Dr S Mollett ACA Mr T J O’Sullivan Mr L E Pickett Mr C S Reynolds Mr J M Rudd-Jones Mr C C Scott


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Sir Christopher Scott Mr P J Walker Mr S P Weil Mr D E Woodman Mr G C Woods Mr R G Wye Mr A J V Yeomans 1974 Mr J M Anderson Mr H M W Borrill FSA Mr C D Bragg Mr M J Bridgman Mr A J M Chamberlain Mr J M Croock Mr A T Fisher Mr J E Francis Mr P G Gaston Mr J B Goodbody Dr J R Hale Professor R E Hawkins Mr M Jones Dr D P Kennedy (e) Professor R S MacKay FRS FInstP FIMA Mr S Mazzola Mr M A McInroy Mr M G Norman Mr H F Shanks Mr C A Webster Mr R L Winterbourne 1975 Mr R W P Apps Mr N R Arnot Dr G Arjavalingam Mr A J Banton Mr P J Barnard Professor L Bonfield Dr A P Carverhill Mr W M R Dawkins Mr P S Dhillon Professor P A Durbin Dr P S Hammond Mr N A Hill Mr M Izienicki Mr M R Kipling Mr P W Knapton Mr G R D Lay Dr J A Lorsong Dr G A Luzzi FRCP Mr C W Matthews Mr A H Parks Mr R G Paterson Mr R G Pilgrim Mr J G Richardson Mr S Roberts QPM

Mr P C Russell Dr H B Ryan Mr N D Scarboro Mr B C Swartz Mr T O G Wethered 1976 Mr D J Barnard Mr P J Brand Mrs T Brett (McLean) Mr C E M Clark Professor P Coleman Mr M D M Davies Mr J P de Lavis Mr M J T Edwards Mr H C E Eyres Professor S Fields Mr C S Gibbs Mr P N A Girvan Dr S L Grassie Mr S H Hind Dr T P H Jones Mr G A Kay Mr J A Kilby FCA Dr M P Little Mr A J C Macaulay Mr P M Meredith Mr M S Middleditch Mr A W J Morgan Mr I M Partridge Professor L M Pepall Professor S L Peyton Jones FRS Mr A J Scott Mr A J Senior (d) Dr R W P Stonor Dr S M Stumbles Mr P C Tennant Professor H J W Thomas Mr N H Thomas Mr M G Woods Professor M G Worster 1977 The Hon. Charles Boscawen Mr V R Boyette Mr H D Brodie Mr T J Clarke Mr S G Cooper Dr T Datta Professor J C Dibble FRSCM Mr R K Gabbertas Mr G R C Graham Mr P E Hagger Mr J M Harris Mr P D Hill Mr B M McCorkell

Mr S S F Noble Mr A N Perkins Dr T J Reed Mr C W Rixson Dr J M Scholey Mr J Shack Judge Greg Sinfield Ms B A Singer Mr D J C Sington Mr A C J Solway Mr R L Streat Mr J P Tunnicliffe Mr I G Walker Mr I C Watmore Dr E A Watson (Sankey) 1978 Mrs C J Allen (Bollworthy) Mr R S Bailey Mr G M Barnard Mr M J Beale Mr M A Biggs Professor A Bradley FRS Mr S K Choi Mr A D Crampton FCA Mrs L W M Davison (Barker) Dr T A M Ehrman Dr R W Hall Mrs S P Imgrund (Moss) Mr S T Jolley Mr P S D Kasilingam Dr S Kheraj Dr T Y Kong Dr J E Lefroy (Mackay) Mr M J Lewis Ms J R Lindgren Mr M R Long Mr G C Matthews Dr B Meyer-Witting Dr F E Nickl (Geupel) Mr R G Petrie Mr C F Roxburgh Dr B E H Saxberg Mr W P Schwitzer Ms K Scott Mr J P D Williams Dr A K H Yoong 1979 Mrs R M E Borgars (Payne) Mr R Budhiraja Miss F M Cadwallader Ms E Cranmer Dr H Curtis Mr A F de Courcy Ling Professor A J Elliott-Kelly FInstP

Mr G Ernest Ms V Francis Mr G W J Goodfellow QC Mr C P Hancock QC Mrs D Hancock (Galloway) Mr A R Haynes Ms K L Haynes (Turner) Mr S P G Jones Dr C D Kaplanis Mr W C W Lau Professor P Marshall Mr G A Matthews Mr G B McInroy Dr R E Morse Dr S T R Murdoch Mr J C Murphy Mr V A Neuman Mr A J Pickup Mrs M K Priaulx (Casey) Professor F Ranchetti Dr A M Singhvi Mr N J S Taylor-Young Mrs M C Timmerman (Watts) Dr D R E Timson Mr J A von Klemperer Mr N C Westbury 1980 Mr A P M Beeley Mr A J R Bonser (d) Mrs B J Bonser (Fuller) Miss H E Briggs Mr W de Wied Dr J M Edwards Miss E E Fearnhamm Mr P R Fields Mrs K A Fisher (Jones) Mr C G N Galliver Mr J E Heath Mrs Y Kyriacou-Sycallidou (Kyriacou-Christodoulou) Mr G R W MacGinnis Dr J F Money-Kyrle Professor J A Murphy Professor W Ng Mr M E Novelli Mr J M Oppenheim Mrs A L Piper (Bell) Mr N R Scarles Mr R A Scott Mr R M Slynn Mr S M Tuke Dr W von Reinersdorff Mr P M Williams


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1981 Mr E S Ang Dr T J Arneson Dr C L Brown Mr D C Brunt Mr R D Carter Mr P T Cummins Mr C Denyer Dr C A H Fisher MRCP Mr S Hanna Dr R C Hutchings Mr J Kelly Mr D G Leith Mr P Lillington Mrs K F P Matthews (Lasok) Ms A M McFadyen Dr M I Morris Mr W H Morris Mrs F J Nelmes (Nalder) Mr S H Niman Mr P F Price Mr J A Priestley Mr S D J T Rowe Miss C A Ryba Professor C A SeymourRichards (e) former Dr C E Smith Mr R J H Southgate Dr J A Spayne Mr M R Streat Mr S C Taylor-Young Mr R D Temple Mr E D C Thornton Mr J H A Tusa Mrs L A Tusa (Clackson) Ms F C Warburton Mr B G Wheeler 1982 Dr J L Beaven Mr A M Blamey Mr C J Blewden Mrs C M Bradley (Owens) Mr T M Brewis Mr P T Bryant Mr D S Burns Miss E F Clark Mr I Coulson Professor A G Galione FMedSci FRS Mrs K M Gentles (Parsons) Mr N J Hall Dr C L Hanna (Garbutt) Mr D G Hay Ms C Hemsley Mr J P Hickman Mr C L D Hide

1Mr M E Jenner Mr M Kerridge Ms C A King Mr I C S Lyon Dr J D A MacGinnis Mr J R H Maw Mrs J E Miller (Halsall) Mr F J Murphy Mr P P L Nanson Mr J J Oates Mrs C J T Peacock (Lyon) Mr C B Pettit Dr A C B Sale Mr T H G Saunders Ms C J Shelley Mr A C Shore Dr R A Stansfield Mrs M Steele (Rose Forster) Mr P J Stevens Mr C M Ten Brink Mr J H Toyn Mr P D Vonberg Dr K M Webb-Peploe Mr T A Wilkinson Mr G S Williams 1983 Professor J Acrivos Dr R G Andrew Mr G J A Baddoo CEng Mr C V Ben-Nathan Mr F W M Burkitt Dr M C de Jode (Murphy) Mr J E R Dent Mr N C Denyer (e) Mr A C L Dyson Mr J R Evans-Tovey Mr D J Goodwin Dr B S Gray Dr A E Griffiths Dr I S Hall Mrs C M S Ling (Wight) Mrs C A M Mash (de Sousa Turner) Mr T E Molner Dr B Moselle Mr A J Newman Dr C J C Remfry Mr S M Robson Mr P M Seth Mr M W Soundy Mr S C Vyvyan Professor M C Walker Mr J D Weight Mr K J F West Mrs S H P Williams Mr B N Yardley

1984 Mr G L Adams His Hon. Judge Robert Adams Professor A Alavi Dr T S Andrews Mr C H R Bracken Mr A K F Butterfield Mr P A Cadell Mr P A L Camilletti Mr N J Cobb Mrs A Cothier (Letts) Mr S J Davis Mr C E Dowthwaite Mr T W Faber Dr P D Flynn Dr S J Gunn (Pilkington) Mrs J A Hammett (Owen) Mr H Hampson Mr A T G Hill Miss F E Hobday Dr J N A Hornigold Dr J C Johnson-Ferguson (Getley) Lt Colonel Sir M E JohnsonFerguson Bt Mrs B L Kilpatrick (Windsor)

Mrs C F L Knight (Weller) Mrs V E Leng (Hoare) Ms S J Luder Mr R Pavesi Mr M A Pedroz Mrs A J Penney (Maxwell) Mr C J A Penney Mr R J Perrins Brigadier R J Rider CBE Mr J Robson Miss A C Smith Mr O S Smith Mr J C Taylor Mrs S Thompson (Chew) Dr A D Wilmshurst (Smith) 1985 Mr R S N Ames Dr W C Au Miss V A Barrett (Snowdon) Dr A W Berrington Mr E Caffyn Mrs S S Cunningham (Kirkpatrick) Ms J G da Silva OBE Mr T A Dingemans Mr R J H Edwards QC

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Mr P J Elston Mr B T S Gladstone Dr F H Gordon Mr S G M Hirtzel Mr M D Horne Mr C Howe Mrs S A A Langton-Gilks (Langton) Ms J E Lewis Matricciani (Lewis) Mrs C H Linfoot McLean (Linfoot) Mr J M Moleman Mr C M Newbold Mrs S C K Otaki Mr M T Philbin Mrs D E Philpott (Shield) Mr M L Poole Mr S L Rees Dr A P Selby Dr J A Steadman Mr M J Storey Mr C A S Swan Mr M J Vanhegan QC Ms S Weinberg Dr B G J Wichers Schreur 1986 Mr M S Albright Mr D A B Babington-Smith

Mr A S R Barrett Mr M Bass Dr R E Bleehen Mr H J P G Bottomley Mr J J Bruton Mr A P Burnford Miss J A Carp Mr T M Chua Dr C J Clarke Mr S J Dann Mrs V G Ford MP (Pollock) Dr B K Fred-Mensah Professor H R French Ms S J Godsal (Angus) Mrs V E Gough (Feely) Mrs J L Gray (Barker) Mr S P Gray Mr T N Hall Mrs R M Hampson (Gibson) Dr D Linardatos Mr J L McCurrach Mr R O’Sullivan Mr J F Pelham-Burn Mr A F Rice Mr P J Richmond Mr E J Saunders Mr M A J Sutton Miss L H Teverson Mr D T Thornton

1987 Mr S J Axford Ms K I Cook Dr P A Davis Miss J A Gazzard Mr T R Hall Lady Annabel Hervey-Bathurst (Warburg) Mr W Hoon FCIM FHKIoD MSID Mr R A Kenny Mr T C Macey-Dare Dr S M Manning Mr W Nicoll Dr L C Parlett Dr M Patel Mr D C Perry Ms S E Roques Mrs S Sanderson (Gaffney) Dr A Schaafsma Mrs C Sears (Elliott) Dr A W Sheppard Dr W Shih Mr C G Southey Mr G F Thompson Miss C J Thornton Mr S J Turnill Mr A P D Walker QC Mr N White Dr X Zhang

1988 Mr P A Brice Mr S K Brown Professor J P Burnside Dr N E Cackett Professor P Collinson CBE FBA (d) (e) Dr F W M Fordham Mr W N E Gardner Ms E H Holt (Michaelides) Mr N A Jordan Dr E W Kwok Ms J C Lyon Mr N W Maddock Lt Colonel A B Methven Dr W K Phoa Mr M Radford Dr N M Riley Dr F S Samaria Mr D L C Solomon Dr S R Wall Mr M F Warriner Dr A Weller Mr E C Wilson Mr R Wisniowski 1989 Mr M S Aird Mr A H F Armstrong Dr F C S Bakaeen Mr C J M Brown Dr D S Chatterjee Mr R Davis Mrs A V Dent (Stanton) Mr N A H Dent Professor T C Eley Mr T N Flemming Mr T C Flynn Ms C Fyall Mr R J Hammond Miss G H Keeley Dr R S Kushwaha Mr G H Langworthy Mr S W Lascelles Mr J D Mann Mr J A Marshall Mrs R L Marshall (Shannon) Mr C J Newman Mr S H Pickard Mr L C Richdale Mr H A Salmon Mr M Satchithananthan Mr N R Trotman Dr C R Turner Mr N S Venkateswaran Mrs P A Whiteside Tomkins (Whiteside)


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Mrs R A Yates (Daldorph) Dr R W Zemmel 1990 Mr T Barker Dr P M Barrett Mr D J D Beaven Dr D Chart Dr G Deutscher Mr T R Eddy Mrs E Fox (Simmons) Dr T D Hadfield Mr D J Herbert Mr H C Hsia Mr P F Y Lee Dr S J S Lister Mrs K Mann (Dunstan) Mr N R V W Pointon Dr A Qasim Mr M T Reynolds Mr J V Romeo Mr K S Shaw Mrs I H Slaney (Jolley) Mrs A K M Standley (Humphreys) Mr A Stevens Miss F J Wilson Mr G C Woodruff Dr Y Y Yeo 1991 Mrs H J Beedham (Bennett) Mr J A Benson Mr N M Clayton Mr S P Conkling Ms S L Cunliffe Miss M J Forsyth Mr J R Fox Mr D M Furber Mr R F Gill Dr C R Goddard Ms V W S Hui Ms W H W Kwan Mr N J G Lane Mrs H K Leach (Wiseman) Mrs R Matthews (Taylor) Mr T G M Mitcheson QC Mr K E F Mullaley Mr C D Murphy Dr H Ramanathan Dr R Rummery (Edwards) Mr J W Sleigh The Revd S C Tillotson Mr N J Tyce Mr N G Yates 1992 Dr P J Boyle (Hartley)

Mrs H Brennan (Rahman) Mr R Burgess Mrs J Burnett Reed (Burnett) Mr C F Camilleri Mr J A Dennett Mr T W R Hayward Mr J D Leake Mr B Leech Mr J E O’Brien Miss N S Pilbeam Mr P D Taylor Mrs L C Terry (Morfill) Dr C M Wierzynski Mrs S E Wright (Billington) 1993 Mr C J B Allsop Mr P T Boyle Mr J de Swaan Dr D Forsythe Professor D Furniss FRCS Mr G J Gordon Mr R A Kinninmont Mr D P S Maltarp Mr A A McNeil Dr P Mody Spencer Mrs H M L Morgan (Halcrow) Mr T A Pasfield Mr D Rendall Mr J M Rogers Mrs C L Rushton (Tomlin) Dr N R Scott Miss S F Tubb Dr J R C Whyte 1994 Mr J F Anderson Mr D J Appleton Mr K S Backhouse Dr C Bergemann Mr P J Blundell Dr P E Carvounis Mr D J Curtis Mr D T Darley Dr F L C de Vivo Mr P L Foo Dr J R Gog Dr A L Gonzalez-Munoz Mr S A Healy Mr J P Heritage Mrs C H Holmes (Salmond) Mr M P Holmes Mr N J Holtham Mr S J Liddiard Dr P Loo Dr R E Lowe

Dr S Lutchmaya Mr O R Orangun Dr C S Pedersen Dr I Petej Mr C W E Ponsonby Miss D M Richardson Mr S A Roe Dr P Rychenkova Dr J R Seaward FRCS Dr A J A B Seeley Mr J L Skeet Dr F M Welsh Mr P R Woods Ballard Mr N F A Worsley Dr F Yang ACA 1995 Mr M T Arnold Mr J P Bevan Mr N E Chase Mr A J Cowie Dr E T Crane Dr H Eick Mr C C S Ingram Ms A M Kiukas-Pedersen (Kiukas) Mr J L Livingstone Mrs J O M Loveridge (Elliott) Mr D M Lowish Mr A W A Marshall Mr I S Parkinson Mr A D Pavlovich Mr M R Potter Dr S Ronen Dr S T Rottinghaus Mr T B Sebire Dr M P Simmonds Mr T M Wolff 1996 Mr B Allen Dr C R Barnes Mr M C Boardman Mr M R Boyd Mr C M Bradley Mr R G Brown Mr T A L Burns Mr P T J Casey Dr C E Chideock Dr A A Costa Dr L M Drage Dr M G Elrod (Gibellato) Dr B G Fisher (Evans) Mr G Fisher Dr W J Fletcher Mr J W Glazebrook CEng Dr J J Green

Dr C I Harding Mr A J Hogley Mr V Krishnan Miss S M Kummutat Mr C K Lee Mr G B Lefroy Mr A J MacDonald Miss S A March Dr H R Milner Mr R G Moore Mrs L H Mytton (Green) Mr A Roy Mr A H S Sheikh Dr J C Westerhoff 1997 Ms T T Ang Dr J R Aston Mr H Ballmann Ms E C Biott Mr S J Blackburn Mr C E R Crowson Mr M N Cunningham Mr K Dauda Mr N R Dholakia Mr P N Goeke Mr P A Le May Ms H L Pacquement Mr C R Phipps Mr T A Richards Mr A C Robinson Dr W A Thorne 1998 Ms E Y C Cheng Mr J A Dalal-Small Dr S F Daruvala (e) Mr J M Glass Mr A L John Dr D S Madgwick Mr M G Price Ms C N Robert Mr T W Rose Mr B J D Shaw Dr T N S Tibbetts Mr C V Walford Mr D Walker 1999 Ms T A Ang Mr J O Brocvielle CEng FIMechE Mr S S T Chan Mr A Chung Ms K Cserep Mrs E M S Davies (Major) Dr R Hager

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Dr T J Howat Mr W Hutchinson Ms J K Miles (e) Mrs L E Parish (Pratt) Mr G Ringer Mr A Shah Dr D J Shaw Dr M W Shea Ms L Stancic (Mihajlovic) Mr W J E Swan Mr G B M van den Driessche Dr G M von Hippel Dr A Wilson Mr H Zheng 2000 Dr S E Adams Dr T J Barnet-Lamb Dr K A Bevan (George) Dr G Bioh Ms S Cheah Dr A R Darley (Russell) Mr T E Dupernex Dr K A Farrell Dr A D Hemery Dr J D T Jane Mr K Jashapara Ms S C Jones (Pinto) Mr M W S Lynas Ms L Mu

Mr J T O’Connor Dr D G Paine Dr M H Sankey Mr C J Shampine Professor H K Taylor 2001 Mrs A E Archer (Moran) Dr D S Z M Boctor Ms H Burton Professor J P Carley (former Visiting Fellow Commoner) in memory of Professor A Barton FBA Ms B L Chantry Mr M D Clark Dr I A Coomaraswamy Mr V S T de Gaultier de Laguionie Dr T H Fell MB ChB Ms S P L Ko Dr R H Lande Miss Q F Lau Dr S J Rees Mr A J Sproat-Clements Ms L Taylor 2002 Mr P F Agar Miss C E Bell

Mr R Bullock Mr D M Clarke Dr T J Evans Dr H J K Famm Mrs J E Farthing Miss S Kang Mr M Lavingia Miss J S Lee Mr S C S Lew Dr R A Low Dr A Mehonic Ms R J Munro Dr M J New Mr Z Patel Mr A Unarket Dr Q Wang 2003 Dr T Z Ang Ms S Bae (Kang) Mr O C Butler Miss M Dawson Mrs E Dean (Burnett Rae) Mr P J Horler Dr E S Jackson Dr L Jackson (Parker) Mr J Kinman Mrs R A Montgomery (Beecher Bryant) Dr J K H Ng Mr J L O’Connell Miss L M Osepciu Mr T Saeed Mr P K Y Tang Miss H E Usmar Mr D Xiao Mr B Zealley 2004 Dr J R Allison Miss N A Bennett Miss L M J Berkin Ms J V Bradley Mr T H H Cheung Mr P Z Cui Mr A R Davies Miss A Hadziabdic Dr M R Kakde Miss M Lazarevska Dr T Macura Mr D K McNicholl Dr R M Nandkishore Mr T J S Rivett Dr P M Salgård Cunha Mr A J C Simons Mr R Speight Mrs S A M Tang (Donnelly)

Dr J Wang Dr J R Wilkinson Mr Y Zhang 2005 Mr A J I Blacklay Dr H J Braviner Mr A J Brown Mr M S J Collins Mrs C H Crookes (George) Mr J J Crookes Mr A P Davies Dr C A Durand Mr S S Everington Miss Q Fan Mr R A Gray Mr D Hockley Dr Z Huang Mr J M Jones Mr N J Khan Mr A Klimentov Mr A Lester Mr S A Matache Dr S C Mertes Miss Z C Pople Dr U A Qadri Dr E C Salgård Cunha (Leadbetter) Mr J Stejskal Mr O B M Walker-Jones Mr A J C Wheble Mr B H Yates Ms L Yu Dr P M Zaczkowski 2006 Dr S Avin The Revd Dr M C Banner (e) Miss K L Barber Ms K M Kew Dr J R Kiely Professor A Leighton (e) Dr F Marini-Balestra Ms E V Smith Miss E Starkie Mrs E A Sworder (Hill) Dr A M Talhat Mr H Tang Mr M J Waldron 2007 Dr P R Calvert Mr H W Chan Mr J P Dixon Mr R W Dorin Mr R Hird


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Dr C J King Dr A J Kruppa Dr M P Kwasigroch Miss E Lee Mr B A Li Mr T McTiernan Mr A Moinie Mr E I Morland Dr D Pihler-Puzovic (Pihler) Mr A P Robins Professor D R Spring (e) Mr J D Tims Mr K Wong 2008 Dr M A Alvi Dr J O Day Ms S Devakumar Mr H S Harding Mr S A Hardingson Mr S Houghton Mr W J B Hughes Mr J A Hutchinson Mr P J Krupa Mr H H Y Loh Mr M J A McMahon Dr A T T McRae Miss J A Milligan Miss N B Q Nguyen Dr K Petunin Mr P O Poullaides Mrs M A Ravalde (Walker)

Miss O F Roberts Mr S Shah Mr L J Sinclair Mrs S E Vinyard (Cunningham) Mr A D Wood Dr Y Zhao 2009 Mr A E C Barrell Dr N Chernenko Mr R S Cleary Jr Dr P Coulier Dr B R Dixon Dr D A Firth Mr T M Gooderidge Ms K Lam Miss D Mehmet Dr N K Sim Dr S D Smart Mr L Tonna Dr Y T H Vu Miss M Wang Miss X Wang Miss Y Zhao 2010 Mr J Bilimoria Mr M R Hamway Miss P M Y Jenkins Dr R Jha Mr P Katta

Miss L A Kirk Mr J Miles Miss H Redgewell Mr Y Xu Mrs Y Zhu 2011 Dr A H Chen Mr B Cole Mr M P Colebrook Mr M D Crouch Mr A Glebov Ms B Kesek Mr J S L Koid Professor E M Meyerowitz (e) former Dr F Nie Mr M P Romanowicz Dr R J C Stroud Miss T Wang 2012 Mr Q He Miss Y Li Professor D W Oxtoby (former Visiting Fellow Commoner) Mr B Plummer

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2014 Mr L Gast Mr R Shearme 2015 Mr B Gutstein Mr E Polgovsky Ezcurra (e) Fellow Commoner in the Creative Arts (d) Gifts-in-kind We would like to thank the following members for their sponsorship of various alumni events during the past year. 1969 1976 1977 1978 1982 1993

Mr G L Harvey Mr M Zamir Mr R Mobed Mr P D G Tompkins Mr B J Davidson Dr F Massone

2013 Dr C Agbuduwe Mr H Foster Davies

Friends of Trinity Two anonymous Friends Professor A Acrivos Anton E.B Schefer Foundation The Tom ap Rhys Pryce Memorial Trust Mr N Avital Mrs H M L Burke BA (Hons) Dr K E Charles Dr J Chen H R Creswick Charitable Trust Dr L Cuthbert

Mr M Darling The Eranda Rothschild Foundation Mr M Flayhart The Louis and Valerie Freedman Charitable Settlement Mrs K Glennie Mr J J Glickman Dr D Goodings Mrs E Halverstam A bequest from the estate of Dorothy Heilbronn

Mrs J Image Mr S Image CBE JP Mr J A S Innes Keasbey Memorial Foundation Mrs C Manns (d) Mr R F McConnell McGuireWoods London LLP Professor P E Nelson Mr P F Nicholson Mrs C Pavoncelli The Max Perutz Fund Mr T Pike

Mr T & Mrs K Price Mrs J Quarrie-Roberts Mrs P Ryan Raymond and Beverly Sackler Foundation Mr E Sadek Peter Scott Foundation The Samuel Storey Family Charitable Trust Mr S Tong & Mrs A Campbell Mrs A Trotter


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The Great Court Circle The Great Court Circle was established to thank those members and friends who have indicated their intention to make a bequest to Trinity. 52 Anonymous Legators Professor A Acrivos Professor J Acrivos (1983) His Hon. Roderick Adams (1956) The Revd Canon Peter Adams (1970) Dr N W Alcock OBE FSA (1957) Miss T Alisjahbana (1981) Mr A S Allen (1969) Mrs C J Allen (Bollworthy) (1978) Mr T E Allen (1963) Dr A A Ammora (1997) Ms T T Ang (1997) Mr P G Arbuthnot (1970) Mr B G Ashley (1957) Dr J G P Barnes (1958) Mr R Bayley (1978) Dr A R Beal (1967) Mr J H W Beardwell TD FCSI (Hon) (1957) Mr J E Beerbower (1973) Dr A Benghiat (1970) Mr J A Benson (1991) Mr A J Beveridge (1966) Mr B T Bibby (1966) Mr B M Bienkowski (1955) Mr C J E Bird (1981) Dr G L A Bird MB BS (1976) Mr H M W Borrill FSA (1974) Mr P Brackfield (1942) Mr G W Bradbrook (1961) Mr M J Brett (1953) Dr A H Bridle (1960) Mr C P Bromley (1977) Mr R Brooman (1974) Mr G L Buchanan (1959) Mr J K Buckle (1959) Mr J W Burton (1971) Professor S F Bush (1957) Mr S R Cannon MBE (1968) Professor R W Carrell FRS (1987) Mr A C Cassidy MBE (1967) Mr R E Cawthorn (1956) Professor B W Cherry (1955) Mr D H B Chesshyre CVO (1959)

Colonel W J Chesshyre (1963) Mr C E M Clark (1976) Mr M C Clarke FCA (1960) Mr P A Clarke (1960) Mr R R Cockroft (1957) Mr J S Cohen (1950) Mr S M Cohen (1966) Mr M S J Collins (2005) Mr N A F Comfort (1964) Ms J E M Corbett (1978) Dr P C B Craske (1961) Professor J H Davenport (1971) Dr A Davey (1955) Mr P J Davidson FREng (1973) Mr P E R Davis (1961) Mr T P Day (1990) Professor N R M de Lange FBA (1971) Mr J P de Lavis (1976) Mr P G Deakin (2006) Mr J B Deby QC (1950) Mrs A V Dent (Stanton) (1989) Mr S D Dias (1971) Mr M G T Dickson CBE (1963) Mr R T Donkin (1967) Mr C H B Dorin (1964) Mr R C Down (1959) Mr P J A Driscoll (1963) Mr N P Duffin (1965) Mr R F Eddison (1955) Dr A J M F Eisinger FRCP (1957) Mr P D C Eley (1960) Professor A J Elliott-Kelly FInstP (1979) Mr J J Ellison (1976) Dr H D Empsall (1965) Professor Sir Anthony Epstein CBE FRS (1939) Mr M E Evans OAM (1964) Mr P L Evans (1980) Mr C A Evers (1964) Mr S F Every (1949) The Revd M Ewbank in memory of Revd F A Simpson (Fellow 1911–1974) Professor J C T Fairbank MD FRCS (1966) Mr M G Falcon (1960)

Mr N C H Falls (1964) Mr N Faragher (1968) Mr J P Farwell (1971) Dr T H Fell MB ChB (2001) Dr I W Fellows FRCP (1971) Mr C W Field ARAM (1959) Mr T H W Fielding (1959) Dr C J Firth (1991) Mr M W Fletcher (1962) Dr C P Fong (1984) Dr R A Forder (1965) Professor Emeritus A R Forrest (1965) Mr I C Fowler (1954) Mr J E Francis (1974) Professor R Fraser FRSL (1991) Mr G G Frosdick (1951) Miss C M Furze (1987) Mr R K Gabbertas (1977) Mr C J Gasson (1995) Mr J V Godfray (1964) Professor C A E Goodhart CBE FBA (1957) Mr J I Gordon (1961) Dr K B Gove (1966) Dr S L Grassie (1976) Mr S P Gray (1986) Mr C J Green (1954) Mr L B Green (1969) Lt Colonel R C Gregory (1958) Mr P C F Gregory-Hood (1962) Mr M H Griffiths (1972) Mr T A R Guldman (1952) Dr T D Hadfield (1990) Dr J J Hall (1959) Mr D C Hambidge (1952) Mr M Hamer (1958) Mr J G R Harding (1954) Mr K G Hartley (1958) Mr C A Hastings (1987) Mr T J R Hill (1971) Mr R W Horner (1957) Dr T J Howat (1999) Mr M S Howe (1959) Professor Y Huang (1984) Mr R G T Hulbert (1959) Mr C F Hunt (2004) Mr P L Huxtable CEng (1962) Dr C J H Ingoldby (1966)

Mr J A S Innes Mr M J Innes (1959) Dr W R Jacob (1961) Mr D J R Jenkins (1964) Professor G J Johnson (1954) Mr S P H Johnson (1975) Dr G L Jones (1965) Mr J R W Keates (1958) Mr J D Kellock (1975) Mr D R Kershaw (1971) Mr J A Kilby FCA (1976) Dr D S King (1957) Mr M R King (1975) Mr N D King (1968) Dr N Kingsley (1965) Mr J C R D Knight (1954) Dr L Kopelowitz MBE (1944) Mr V Krishnan (1996) Mr M J Langrish (1986) Mr M Lavingia (2002) Mr M J Lee (1972) Dr T J Lemmon (1982) Mr S Levene (1972) Dr Sir Christopher Lever Bt (1950) Mr R M Lloyd-Price (1964) Dr R M Lodge (1952) Professor J M Lonsdale (1958) Mr P A Lord (1959) Dr G A Luzzi FRCP (1975) Mr E A Macpherson (1949) Sir John Mactaggart (1969) Dr N A Martin (Chandulal Mulji) (1992) Mr R M Martineau (1956) Mr J H H Massey Stewart (1953) Dr A D McLachlan FRS (1953) Dr H Meadows (1959) Mr R I Menzies-Gow (1962) The Revd Canon Roland Meredith (1952) Miss A Micklethwaite (1987) The Viscount Montgomery of Alamein CMG CBE (1948) Mr J P Moorhead (1993) Mr W H Morris (1981) Mr C F Morsley (1966) Dr J T Mulvein (1957)


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Mr V A Neuman (1979) Mr C A F Newman (1957) Mr M Nisbet (1971) Mr J R L Nuttall (1944) Mr D J Oldbury (1968) Mr C E Parker (1955) Mr I R Peacock (1965) Mr R J M Pearse (1966) Mr P R W Pemberton (1963) Dr M A Perring (1957) Professor R Petchey (1965) Mr A D Pickering (1964) Mr L E Pickett (1973) The Rt Hon. Sir Malcolm Pill (1958) The Revd Canon John Polkinghorne KBE FRS (1949) Mrs S M Pollock-Wilkins (Wilkins) (2003) Dr O I Poole-Wilson (2001) Ms S M Porter (1978) Mr C D Power (1954) Mrs J Quarrie-Roberts in memory of Dr J D Roberts (1954) Mr R C Rawcliffe (1954) Mr J B Rawlings (1965) Lord Rees of Ludlow OM FRS (1960) Mr M J Reilly (1992) Mr P M Renney (1981) Mr M J G Roberts (1956) Mr S Roberts QPM (1975) Ms K U Rook (1984) Mr A W Rose (1963) Dr D S H Rosenthal (1968) Professor M J S Rudwick FBA (1950) Mr R A Sage (1984) Mr H A Salmon (1989) Mr E W Saville (1957) Dr K L Schumacher (1989) Mr A M Seddon (1965) Mr T Shaikh (1988) Mr J C Shakeshaft (1972)

Mr P J P Sheil (1977) Mr R T Sheldon (1952) Mr C R Simpkin (1961) Dr J T Simpson (1965) Dr T Slivnik (1988) Dr C B Snowdon (1959) Dr G Speake FSA (1964) Mr C J Spivey (1956) Professor D R Spring (2007) Mr P A Stacey (1976) Mr T C Stancliffe (1965) Mr W D Stanley (1958) Mr S J Steele FRCS FRCOG FFSRH (1950) Mr P W Strachan (1957) Dr K W Tayler (1976) Mr C W Taylor-Young (1954) Mr P C Thomas-Cruttwell (1958) Professor J C R Turner (1949)

Sir John Tusa (1956) Dr A Vats (1987) Dr G E R Vaughan (1955) Sir David Verey CBE (1969) Dr W von Reinersdorff (1980) Mr G A Vowles (1953) Dr J M A Wade (1962) Mr A P D Walker QC (1987) Mr S C V Ward (1960) Mr B H Weight (1969) Mr S P Weil (1973) The Viscount Weir (1952) Mr B S Wessely (1953) Mr R G Whelan (1970) Mr D R B Whitehouse QC (1964) Professor P T Wilson (1958) Sir Gregory Winter CBE FRS (1970) Mr A J Wise (1967)

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Mr N Wiseman (1971) Mr K G P Woolley (1954) Dr G Yates (1950) Mr N G Yates (1991) Mrs R A Yates (Daldorph) (1989) The Revd Canon Prof R A Yates (1965) Dr P S Zuckerman (1964)

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